Outdoor Living Trends 2019

Outdoor Living Trends 2019 – With 2019 halfway done, some outdoor living trends are emerging that aim to increase the enjoyment of your pool and patio area with some of the hottest More »

Inspire Yourself With Japanese Garden Style

Inspire Yourself With Japanese Garden Style – The Japanese garden strives to achieve harmony, privacy and calm. There is an attention to detail and clean lines, which makes it a high maintenance space. More »

Wrought Iron Art As A Part Of Garden Decor

Wrought Iron Art As A Part Of Garden Decor – Wrought iron art offers many options for growing your outdoor art garden. Just as you use wrought iron and other metals for More »

Enjoy Your Deck In The Winter

Enjoy Your Deck In The Winter – The main thing to keep in mind through the autumn and winter months is that the weather can be quite harsh. Therefore spring and summer More »

How To Make Your Flower Garden Blossom More?

How To Make Your Flower Garden Blossom More? Flower gardens occur in different styles and assortments, their charm can be dependent to any flower gardener. As someone who takes care of a More »

 

Container-Friendly Garden

Container-Friendly Garden

Container-Friendly Garden – Running short on garden space or living in a small urban apartment should not necessarily stop you from having a thriving and beautiful garden. You can actually turn any available place into a gardening spot – from balconies and rooftops to windowsills and empty walls. Growing plants in containers provide numerous opportunities for gardeners with limited space. You can go even further and grow your own veggies and fruits and to experience the flavor and the benefits of home-grown food. With a few pots and the right plants, you can create your own container-friendly garden.

Scabiosa

Scabiosa

Scabiosa (Scabious) – Scabiosa is one of the best, easy-to-grow garden flowers that you can add to your garden. It does not produce an abundance of blooms at any one time, and yet it remains a favorite herbaceous border perennial. There are two basic reasons for its popularity – flowering begins in late June and continues until the first frosts arrive, and the large flowers are excellent for arranging indoors. The frilly-edged ‘pincushions’, blue or white and up to 4 in. across, last a longtime in water and can also be dried for winter decoration.

Planting Climbers In Mediterranean Gardens

Planting Climbers In Mediterranean Gardens

Planting Climbers In Mediterranean Garden – One thing you see lots of in Mediterranean gardens is climbers. They grow them up the walls or over a pergola on the back of the house – some of the pergolas are wonderful, with the ’roof’ just made out of rough branches all tangled with knobbly grape-vines and bunches of fruit dripping down. 

Growing Peas

Growing Peas

Growing Peas – Peas (Pisum sativum) are one of the commonest and most loved garden vegetables, but they can be maddeningly difficult to grow because they are as popular with birds and mice as they are with humans. They can be difficult to germinate; they do not relish cold soils; and there is no point in sowing them early, particularly in a cold spring, for the mice will have more time to find them and the seeds are prey to fungus and bacterial diseases.

Succulent Plants As St Patrick’s Day Decorations

Succulent Plants As St Patrick’s Day Decorations

Succulent Plants As St Patrick’s Day Decorations – In keeping with the green theme for your St. Patrick’s Day party, we’d provide you with some ideas for your dinner table decorations using succulent plants. However, please note that in this article about St Patrick’s Day decorations, green will be referred to as good for the environment green.

5 Tips to getting rid of Brazilian pepper in Port Charlotte

5 Tips to getting rid of Brazilian pepper in Port Charlotte


Brazilian pepper is one of the most invasive and destructive plants in Florida. It has become a major problem in this state since it kills all other vegetation around it. Unfortunately, most people don’t know to get rid of this plant.  To help you out, here are 5 tips to getting rid of it.